The project action aims to improve migration management governance and conflict prevention through reinforced and secure identity chains, contributing to increased security levels, including at regional level and a stronger social contract with the targeted populations.
The intervention logic will work around three main result areas: i) secure identity chains, including the issuing of civil identification and travel documents are strengthened, ii) border security control is improved, iii) interregional and regional cooperation are promoted.
The above mentioned results' chain stems from the need to invest in effective document security, as well as management and secure identity chains. Therefore, these will be supported by a technical cooperation framework, based on up-to-date and up-to-standard analytics, technical assistance, training programmes, institutional capacity building, legislation, equipment and secure data management. This approach is expected to build mutual trust and trigger regular collaboration and exchange relying on evidence-based information.
The overall objective of the action is to increase security levels and migration management capabilities in Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau, contributing to Human Rights and the fight against human trafficking at regional level.
The specific objective of the project is to upgrade and strengthen civil document issuance and life-cycle management system with increased security levels and law enforcement capabilities including on border management and migration-related issues.
- 29. Mai 2018 - 31. Mai 2023
- Guinea-BissauCabo Verde
- Beitrag der EU
- €5 000 000
- Region and Country
- Sahel & Lake Chad
- Improved governance and conflict prevention
- Camoes Instituto da Cooperaçao e da lingua